Unquestionably the best club in the world. This is a club for people who love proper music and a great atmosphere. If your idea of a good club is to sit around a table with a bottle of grey goose with a load of fireworks in it, you are in the wrong place. And the wrong city. Despite all of the ridiculous reviews on here, I am British and have never had any problems getting in. Anyone who claims that they “were dressed well” and were then turned away are completely missing the point. The dress code is just “normal” and if you are a pissed group, why are you surprised you aren’t being let in?? Bizarre. Don’t come for posing. Don’t come to be seen and you will be fine. Inside is just the best sound/lighting/MUSIC experience that exists in modern clubbing. Portuguese people are amazing at hospitality. This is a place to wear a pair of jeans and a t-shirt and go nuts in the basement. Leave the collared shirts for Ibiza.
I live and work in Lisboa. Came with 2 friends. (3 guys in total) not to drunk, not badly dressed. No que at all. Was denied since we were not on the VIP list, but we could pay 300 euros to get in. The guards laughed and denied us. Worst place I've ever visited. Not recommended in any way. Stay away.
Don't go to this place!! I went on Saturday with some friends (all girls, 26 years old) and they asked for 300€ PER PERSON just because we were foreigners. The bouncers were so rude and kicked us out in a very impolite way. Terrible manners. This was the first time that something like this happened to us. Our dress code and behavior were more than appropriate, we went to another club (Urban Beach, highly recommended) where they let us in directly, skipping the line and to the VIP area without paying! PLEASE AVOID THIS PLACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I assume that the negative reviews of this fantastic club can only be the result of culture clash, naivety or ignorance. I visited on Friday evening/Saturday morning with a random chap from Sweden after an exhilarating night elsewhere in Lisbon. Our nationalities (non-Portuguese) were not stumbling blocks, nor was our gender. On arrival I was met with smiles and polite chat. I was charged eleven or twelve euros. I'm return I was assaulted only with quality beats. THIS IS A GROUNDBREAKING CLUB IN EUROPE, PEOPLE; YOU'RE NOT GOING TO HEAR LAST YEAR'S POP MUSIC. The archecture and interior design is fab. The sound system is on par with the best; well balanced, no distortion and you can feel the bass in your chest. Once inside I interacted with many staff - bar and security - all of whom treated me with Respect. Perhaps this is because I was treated them with respect. In summary: 1) The club is beautiful. 2) The staff are professional. 3) Just to be clear, well-respected European clubs don't play chart/pop. That style is reserved for provincial backwaters and school discos. 4) Don't forget your manners. 5) If you're in a big group of loud, drunk, rude, shouty men, do you really expect to be welcomed with open arms?
Certainly the best club in Lisbon, if not in the world. Where else could you pay €15 to see some of the world’s most respected dance acts in unbeatable surroundings? It basically feels like a party in a modern art gallery with a world-class sound system and music being provided by the best current and legacy DJs. Sunrise on the balcony is an experience to behold. But the music is the focus here. If you’re not into proper house/techno don’t bother because you probably won’t enjoy it and may write the people who are enjoying the music as “pretentious” or “posers”. The funny thing is, the clientele is exceptionally friendly, at least those who are there for the music and when 6am rocks around you’ll know about that. The security staff have never been anything but polite to me and my friends any of the 6+ times I’ve been. Just don’t go in a huge group, don’t be too loud, don’t be too drunk and even try saying “Boa noite” to the security staff when you get to the top. I’ve seen security ask a girl who was falling over drunk for the €240 entry fee but then told a friend who was with her that she could enter for the normal price if she took the drunk girl home or put her in a taxi. Hardly unreasonable as they’re just trying to create a good atmosphere for everyone.